Graduate Certificate in Community Development(Emergency Manaagement)
About this Course
The program is aimed at those who work (or wish to work) in emergency services or humanitarian organisations, including aid workers in developing countries, community development workers employed in non-profit organisations and government departments anywhere in the world.
1 or 2 sessions over 4 or 8 months (part-time options available to Australian students)
Sydney CBD (Close to Darling Harbour, University of Technology Sydney, Chinatown, and five minutes walk from Sydney Central Station)
For GCCD, the applicant must have;
University Degree or equivalent
-Academic IELTS 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in any band; or
-TOEFL 550 with no less than 4.5 in the Test of Written English;
Requirements for Award
A. To be eligible for the award of Graduate Certificate in Community Development a candidate shall successfully complete not less than four (4) units comprising
Assessment methods include presentations, reports and formal written exams.
Each coursework unit typically involves one 3-hour lecture per week
2 intakes per year
Major Area of Study
You will gain a greater understanding of the principles of working with communities and how these impact on the ethical consequences of disasters. The program will also enhance your skills and ability to help communities cope with major emergencies and disasters.
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